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BURLINGTON FliJiJiPliKHS, V11.1 DAY MORNING, MA1V 23, 1851.
It I ih ii ISuiex Estate.
ST A FE OK VERMONT, ) T II E Probate Court
District ol Chittenden, m fortlic Disiriclof Chit
tenden, to nil person, concerned in the Estate of Eli
lm II Ruggles.lnte of Westford In said District de
V herons Stnntie I Rice, Administrator nt the e.-tatc
of Mid demised, tiaM tins day filed In mud Court Ins
triplication In wilting, representing that the ninount
ot claim, nllowid by the Commissioners ngnins the
said estate, is more than live hundred dollars ; that
tli expenses of administration and last sicklies., may
amount to tine fillllillcil tlnllHrs mniei thn! the net.
sorinl ot said estate wi" inventoried at three hundred
iiiuet) -lour dollars, and consists inoslly ot household
furniture and tannine tools, and will probably be as
signed to the widow ; that tin- farm of the deceased
cnusisisot one humlred ami ten acres of land, ol
winch n portion being that purchased of William
Henry, and consisting of about twenty-five acres, is
s" situated tint it nuy be sold without materially in
juring the remainder ol the form. Wlierelore the
iwid administrator prays that he may be licensed to
ml said parcel of land, either nt public auction or
private sale, for the purpose of piying the debts
nguinst the said estate. Mid whereas the slid
Court hat assigned the Sitli day ol May A D. 18M.
ut the Probate Olllee m Burlington, in said district,
lor hearing and deciding on s.iid application, and
made an order icniiirini' nil ueraons interested in
snid estate to he nutifird of said application, and of
the time and place ol hearing, by publishing the na
tlUe of thti atitdieaf ifui anil the reason ol lite s.itne
nnd the said time and tilaee of hearing, three weeks
successively in the Burlington Free Press,n newspaper
printed at -aid liuilninio.i, nllol which publications to
oe. previous to the time fixed lor hearing
Therefore, vuu are herihv notified to annear be
foie a.iid court at the time and place afores.iid. and
show cause, il any you have, why the prayer of said
application should not be granted.
Dated at Burlington, this ad day of May, A. D
BR VDFORD BIXFORD,
Hi'iu-V S. Fiskc's Folate,
STATE OF VERMONT, ? THE Hon. the Pro
District ol Grand Isle, ss. S hate Court for the
District of Grand Ile. To all persons interested in
the estate of Henry S. Fitke, late of hie La Molt
deceased, testate. Greeting.
Whereas Solomon Fiske and Hiram C Fiske ex
ecutors of the said cftate, has made their application
to tins court for a further time of one year Iroin the
'.t I day of June next to settle said estate. It is or
dered by said court that he substance of said appli
cation he published in the Free Press three weeks
successively, together with this notice to apprur be
fore Mid court at a session thereof to be hidden at
the Court llou-e. in North Hero on the first Mondai
o' June next, at 10 o'clock, A. M , at which time
and place the decision ot the Court upon taid applr
cation will be made.
Given under m hand at North Hero in said dis
ttict thls.rnh day ol May, 18M.
w!5w3 A. KNIGHT, Register.
Frt'dcrick 'E'sabh.s' I21atr.
STATE OF VERMONT, At a Probate Court
District ol Chittenden, ss. S holden at Burlington
within and for the District ot Chittenden on the 3d
dayol May, A. D. 1851, an instrument purporting to
be the Wi.l and Testament ol Frederick Tubbs.lnte
of Esccx, in slid District deceased was presented to
the Court aforesaid for piobate by Susan Tubhs, the
executrix therein mmed, therelorc it is ordered that
public notice lie given to all persons concerned to an-
fiear before said Court at a session thereof to be
lolden at ihe Probate Office, in Burlngton on the
21th dav of Mav..l. D. ISil.nnd contest the Pro-
oute of said will', and it is further ordered, that this
order b published three weeks successively in the
Jlurlington trie net, the 1 1st ot which sliall Be pro
vimis to the dav nssiffned for hearim?.
Given niider'iuy hunt at the Probate Office, this
3d .Ir.vol .May, - U. 13S1
w-15w3 C. ADAMS, Judge.
Ea ii forth WaScs Estate.
STATE ok VERMONT, District of Chittenden ss.
Tnc Probate Court for the District of Chittenden
to ail peisons concerned in the estate of Daufortti
t He late ot wrrtioru in sain msirici, ueceasea.
IMIEREAS Torrev E. Wales Adminis
II trntor of Jsaid esinte, proposes to rcnf'er an ac
count of his Administration of aid estate, and pre
NMit his account acainst the same lor examination
and allowance at a session t-f sii.i court to he Iioldt n
at the office of Rixford it Adams, in Burlington, in
said District, on the 31 dav ol May A.D. IS51.
Then-lure you are Irretiy notified to appear before
said court, at the time and phce aforesaid, and show
caufe.ifanv you have, why the taia account should
not be allowed,
Given under try hand at Rurlington, this 12th
day ol .May j.U. ISM.
Petition to .Sell Land.
STATU or VERMONT, District of Chittendn, sa
The Probate Court lor the District aforesaid, to
ell whom these prist ins shall come. ar.r.r.Ti.s'0 :
tSIICRHAS, Ainos.J. Corey, Guardian
IT ol llir-m Husseil.ol Hmesburgli, in said Dip
triet, a minor, has this dav filed in said court his ap
plication, in writing, lor a licence to sell eight U-100
acres of land in Charlote in said District, belonging
to sin! ward, being the same land which his was set
oil lo Llizabeth Wright, by the Committee ol IJu
tribution of the estate of Clus. Rushell, late c
lline'burgh, in nnd district deseased.lor the purpose
ol putting the proceeds of such sale at interest, and
the s.nd coun having as signed the Jlst day ot .May
lh.11, at the Office of Rixford it Adams, in Burlinc-
ton, in said Ditnrt, lor hearing and deciding in the
preimsf and having ordered that all porsons inter
esied be notifieii of said application and of the time
and place lucd lor hearing, by publishing 'he same
wun me nature ol saiu application, three weeKs sue
cesiveiy in the uuiiingiou I ree I'ress, a newspaper
printed ut said Builmgion.all wjiich publications to
uc iirrviuus to me oay nxe i lor nearinc.
Thercl'ire, you are herebv notifira to appear be
fore said court ut the time and nlace aforesaid, and
6how caine, if any you have, why the prayer of said
application suouiu noi De granten.
Given under my hand at Burlington this 12 day
May KS51. BRADFOlfD RIXFORD.
w 1Cw3 Register.
11, t TUB UNDKItSIfi.VKD, A COMMITTF.F.
It named in the articles of association of the
Champlain btearnhoat Company, hereby cerlily th
me nmouni oi puiiscriDtlons to tne uapitai stock
(aid Company, at 1I113 dale, exceeds the sum
Thirty Thousand Dollars, and we have good reason
to believe, and do believe, that said subscribtions art
all bona fide . (Siiired.l
A. j. CATLIN. 4
JAMES W. HICKOK.
BttrlitiRton, March S2.I85I.
IV o tTc e .
THE amount nf Stock requirud by the fourth arti)
cle ol the Clu mplain .Sieaniiioat Company, (30,000,
hivinc beei, Mibscnbed, in accordance with the pro
visions of said article, notice is hereby Given to the
Stockholders, that a meeting will be held at Hart's
Hotel, in Burlington, 011 Wednesday, ihe of
day ol April, at 1 o'clock, p.m., for the purpose'ol
chootdns Directors. A full attendance is rrquesldt
T. I). CHAPMAN, Agent
for Champlain Steamboat Co.
JYew Fall GbYds7 '
MESSRS. BRINSMAID, I5H0TIIKR &
CO., are receivinc a full Stock of
J icelry, Hatches, Clock.-, Plated Ware ana
Fancy Goods, Port Monnaies, F.tcrihires
Work liozet. Card Cases, Wr.Ung
Desks, Cigar Cases,
and other rich und pretty Goods, suitnble for present!
-.. lI CM VI AS.
We hare I made cxprettly for our retail tale
alotot txfa qualitytine Gold Chains, ionj! and
fhort.inr Ladies and Genllenien,
We have now manufacturing at London, Liver
pooland Gunevn, fine Watches for Ladies and Gen
tlemen'swear.and some pnticularly adapted louse
and run correctly on Itailroads. Any person by
leaving ikeirorder with us, can have their own name
put upon the nanie.nlnle nnil Hint nf ilip waril.
they order, before it is finished at the manufactory,
In tU- P-..T I- Ml f I
11 iT '1 ur uBorimeiii win oe sepi
luner uian us'iai.
dtf BKINSMAID. BUOTIIER ii CO.
v'hIim O IV T "
JUST opened, fin tho room under Con
cert Hall, next door eulh ol I). M. Vnrney's
Miop.in Church-Mreet,) wliere can be lounda good
assortment of the be?t
Vonu(rtenf, Tomb Tables, Cenotaphs, Grave
Stones Table Tops, S,nks,lc:
constantly on hand or furnished to order! Work
done in ihe latest anj most approved style, I'ar
ticulnr aite :t.nn paid to Csrvuig.
Also, Dchriim luriuslifd for Monuments, at short
notict and on reaj:mnble terms. Callandtee,
, , J 'I ' UH OKD.Ar-M
lvrJir.s:o Ji . '..I. dAljr
LD GALEN'S HEAD
HEAVER STREET, Clinton
llniel Iliilldinis established ov
er n half century and still con
tinued for the removal and pre
vention ol the Venereal Disease,
Recent cases of Infection cur
ed In a few hours by n silicic an-
plication) without any medicines, and without caus
ing pain. . . , t ,
7.one Stamtini; anil Difficult Catti-Doctor IjA
CROIX has gained himself n grent reputation lor
ttie cure ol long snmnmg aou unwise iit-nit-n atm i
diseasi's, whether mild or virulent ; and from an ex
iwrienre that very seldom falls to the lot of any
mysielan, ne is eunoieo in wiiiiniu iii ntunm
astiti"' cure in any and all cases ol above named
T'lkr Farticular Xnticc There Is a habit which
hoys teach each other at the academy or college a
habit indulged in when ty nimseii, in sontuue,
growing up with the boy to manhood ; lew ol those
WHO lllUUIge 111 Ulia jici UII-IUU3 ....... ..v. ......
of the consequences until they find the ncrvousxys
tem shattered, foci strange and uuacountablc feel
ings, and vaeue tears in the mind.
Mr s It WnniKvsrd. Suneriiiteiident of the Hos
pital for the Insane, has the following remarks on
this practice! "rortnciasi lour years, ue says,
"it Ims fallen to mv lot to witness, examine and
mark the progress of from t-ti to twenty-five cases
daily, who have been the victims of this debasing
habit, and I aver that no cause whatever, vthich op
eratei on the human system, prostrates all iu ener
girf mentnl, moral and physical to an equal ex
tent. I have M-en more cases of idiocy Irom this
cause alone, than from nil the other causes of insani
ty. If insanitv n i nl idioev do not result, other dis
eases, irremediable and hopeless follow in its train,
or such a degree of imbecility marks its ravages up
on body and mind, as to de-troy the happiness ol
lire,and make exiience ilscll wietcued and mlseia-
hle in the extreme
Young Men : Let no liuse mori'-sty deter you
Iroin making your case Known to une.wlio, irom
tespectabillty, can alojie belnend you. He who
places iiiiuseii uuuer lr. ui uun oou ni iirm
men!, nmv rellrriousiv confide in his honor as a lieu-
tieman, and in whose bosom will be forever locked
tb,e secret of his patient.
There are very few men in the world in whom il
is safe to repose confidence, especially in cases ol a
delicate nature. The many pretenlcrs to medical
scicme, with which the country is tillid, and the
many disirpnintments to which the unfortunate are
subjected by consulting such men, renders it a niattet
ol more justice to caution the public against them,
and point them to the i-ure "haven of repose," which
is under the management ol tin; celebrated Dr. la
Croix. No. 5S Itcaver-slrcet, Albany. N. Y.
To Fe'nalrs! Ut. La Cruix, 56 Beaver street,
without reheartinc the ordinary and common nlace
phrases usually resorted to by advertising quacks,
ill only state, inai an lemaie compiaiins,oi w iuu-
cver name or nature, are treated by linn successful
ly. The most convenient rooms always in reserve
tor ladies who may wish to consult a legular phjsi-
ci.ni, with regard to any ot those interesting com
plaints to which their delicate organization renders
them liable. An important ciicular.containingim-
iiortant information, addressed to husbands and
lendsof families, and particularly to mothers in del
icate health, who have hod sullicient lamily.may be
had cratis through the post-ollice, by addrcftng Dr
i Croix, nost mid : (none others will ne received.;
Femalr I'ciioihcnl Cnnmhiinlt.V)!. De I.uney's
Female Periodical Pills nie well known by thous
ands who have ufedthem at different periods lor the
last twenty years in this city, to be a certain and
safe remedy lor t tie removal ol all diseases to which
lenialfs are liable. they are tree Irom poisonous
drugs, and warrantfd to produce no bad ellects.
The only precaution neec sary to be observed is, la
dies should not take tliem if tney have reason to be
lieve that they are in certain situations, ttie particu-1
jars of which will lv found in. the wrapper aceom
panyingench box.) though alwais sale and healthy,
to gentle, yet so active are they.
J.X?"Price $1 per box. They can be transmitted
by mail to anv purt ol I lie- United States.
r. ur. La uroix lias neen properly educated
to every blanch of the medical prnfrssisn, and gra
duated at one ol the first colleges in the United
states, and his diplomas are in Iarce Iramesinhis
office, subject to the inspection ol all who favor bun
Willi their patronage.
t"?"Patient3 in the. remotest nart of the Union.
and in the city, ran be treated successfully through
the uostoltice. by addressing Dr. La Lroix.inost
paid, box jT'J,) enclosing a reasonable fee, stating
ouse. hibit. mode of Irvine, oc uDation.itc.
.Medicine sent to any part ol the L nion, according
io oireciiuu, taieiy pucKea aim cariuuy secuivu
irom an observation.
Albany, Nov. I. 1850.
ICII SHELL BACK ("0JIIiS, BUF
FAI.O Horn and Silver Combs for Ladiesan
Children. A good assortment ol dressing andfin
Nice nenetratine Hair Brushes and Brushes of al
kinds, cheuplorcusli only at
tlltl.e.MAIIJ, liKO TliKK i. C(J.
May 1850.21, d!2itwl7t
; its Colonial History and
hilip. Kinc ol the WamnanoKgs
Itomance. ily (J. II. Hollisier.
Mount Hone ; or Philin
an Historical Itomance.
Readmit for Ilvery-dny in I.eiu compiled fromthe
WrniiiRf of Uishop Jeremy Taylor 75c.
Warwick Woodlands ; or things ns they wereth'i-Tw-enty
Years Ako. By Kiank Forrefter 75c.
The Raneers; or ihe Tory's Uauchter a Tnle il
luttrative of the Revolutionary Itiftoryof Ver
mont, and the Northern Campaign ot 1777. Bv
D. I' Thnmpron, author ol "The Green Moun
tain IioyB." S1.C0. I'oralebv
, ., , ,oi, K. SMITH & CO.
April 1,1851. iktwtf
BardS on he ISihlc. By Georoi:
r Gllfil'an. 50c.
The .Mother' Recompense-a Seouel to Home
Self Deeeption nr th History of the Human
Heart b) Mrs. Ellis. 27c.
The Duchers or Woman's Love and Woman's
Light and Darkness or Mysteries of Life by
Catherine Crowe 50c.
Henry Smenton by G. P. R. James 50c.
Memoirs of the t.ife and tilings of Thomas
Chalmers, vols. 1 A 2-by his son-in-law, William
Metropilitan Catholic Almanac and Laity's Di.
rectory for 1851 38c.
Ladies' National Magazine for February.
Jan. S o.'llTH w. CO.
I IJM received at t hr r.rnrlcrrv sn.l f.l.l'...
O House.alotof Alabaster Ware, consisting oi
tc- l r, K''YEA fc ALDRICH.
No. 1 Exchange Building, College-et. H v. if
f IVF. ORESE FEATHERS of tho
Ii ItPst Klllll tust Ttrr'wrA unit lnr..l.n l..l.
ols Cash Store. Iformerly Lovelys Church Street.
puniiicion June r '4t. d59w.iOt
DIAMOND RINGS AND J'W.
AFM.fiin,t " reBl" diamond Rings and Tins
and Rich Jewelry of new and rare patterns, nnd
a stock ol rich and fancy nrticlcs, suitablelor Holi
day presents, now opernnp by
b-c- 31 HRINSMA1D, BROTHEIf & CO.
1 1MIE miniature Solar Lamps for sewing, re;
orMiiilving hy-nls,,, Parlor, Hull, nnd
all kind n! I. muni U'M.. pi.,. :.. ...1 1
r e 1, 1 iiihiiiivo mm vtitutes :
Lamps for burniiiir Oil, Campliene, Fluid or Gas
sold cheaply '
BJLVBMlID,UJOTHEyf & CO.
illKSSItS. JJUINSAIAIIJ, IJItOTHER
,!i . C,0v-'!('!'",eto say that their ordinary ret,
prices lor Gold and Silver Watches of good Vli:v.
soldaTAuS,,0'1" 'Wer' Goulds are"
nlS,"' ho1" jewcled. Wf "'I ' nd
Ancher Levers, 812.
Gold Lepine and Levers, $25 and 28,
Double Timers lor $fi5.
English Patent Levers from $15 to higher priced.
We have a beautiful assortment of Watches Jew
e lry and I- ancy Good, of fine qualliy, wh cli"re suTd
Vn m,lc0V '?" ,Han Auction goodsi,
Auctionnrices. Such Ear Hoon,,Hnre sold at Auc
lion at $ ,we have sold fur 'jy .2 c , "
prices we have sold for all summer, and "have a few
more of the same sort." I'lease call and see
OATS! OATS I !
Casli paid ibr Oals by
' RALPH I.ANDOV A. CO,
. toiwr M4 mv 'r i'.f
KKfJS AssouTKii Hut Nails.
Ton loo Tons do. Round 3-lfi to 3 inch Iron
Assorted Square 3-8 to 2 inch Iron.
" Bandll.'Jto5inch do.
" Hame &Scroll-8to 11-8 do.
" Horse Shoe do.
" Tire ll-BX3.atof,X3-8 do.
" Swedes 1 inch to 3 inch do.
" Russia, Old Sable do.
10 Tom Assorted Sanderson's Cast Steel.
" Eng. and American Spring do.
" German do.
" English Blistered, L. do.
" American Blistered, do.
' Swedes nnd Am. Toe Calk do.
" Horse Nnil Rods.
" Honn Iron, 5-8 to 1 1-4 Inch.
Cm Rnrs. Cutler ami Sleiuh Slioed. Wro't Iron
Axles, Cast Iron do., Hooksand hinges.Steel springs,
Anvils, Vises, bcrew plates, lienows, Log and 1 race
chains. Post do., Wro't Nails, Horse Nails, carriage
Enmld. rreservmg Kettles, tlue I'ots. Finice
Ten Kettles. Oven and Arch Kettle Mouths,
Brass Kettles, Hollow Ware, cooking parlor and box
Sioves. caldron kettles. Plough castings. Malleable
Iron Nutts and other castings, Fry Pans. Washers,
Sheet and Bar Lead, Sheet Zinc, Shot, Iron, Brass it
Copper wire, Sheet Brass, Douglass pumps, Lead pipe
Shove. s, Spades, scoop shovels, lines, iilaniire and
Hay Forks, Ilav Knives, Grind stone cranksand roll
.rs.sad Irons. Tailors' Irons, shovels and tonus and
stands, counter scales and weights, Heavy und hand
Steel Yards, Broad nnd Aarrow Axes, Adzes, Hatch
ets, Cap Augers, waugon nnecart Boxes, tec. c.
July, 1. Ifllf,
M K T AM.It! O It VII I. CA N I U I)
Mteani ickiiiur and BBosc,
MA .Xl'F I CTU'KF.V 11 Y Til !'.
2Sos(kii B5t'Itiii 1'oni pan V.
" ANY OF TIIH IIHAVIKS'l' liliLTS
JISl ill the NortlieiH Stnte,nre innde ol the Vulca
nized Rubber or Metallic Gum Composition, (.which
cannot be affected by heat iireold.iand are in success-
hit operation, giving nerlect atitnction. 1 heexi.c-
riencc of the last three years has gained for them the
confidence of the consumers: this, together with the
fact that great improvements have been made in the
quality, warrants the manufacturers: ill asserting it to
lie superior to leather lor an open iieim, iimirr espe
cinlly for heavy or main Belts,) lor the following rea
1. It perfect equality of width ""d" thickness, which
it will retain.
'i. No danger of heat under 300 I'arenheit injures
It, nnu it remains iirxiuie in nnv uegree oi coiu.
3. Il is of creat btrcnuth and durability, does not
lip on the pulleys, consequently a gain of power is
obtained, nnd when adjusted to machinery, does not
require alteration, ns is the ease with leather.
1 .., i, i.: . . t i i
. tu large Dcimig me cost is muen oeiow mat o
Alarge assortment always on hind, andlurnishc
of given lengths at shortest notice.
Paekinc tor Steam Boilers and Steam Pines, nnd
of the Metallic Rubber, is now universally r.dopted by
the Rail Roads and largest Steam Worlto In New
England, also, on board thei-team Boataof the Wes
tern lakes; and when once tried, is sure to snivru'd
all other articles for tin important purpn-v. An as
snrtmcnt of various thieknesseonsiantiy on hand.
7 0 .S' E .
Metallic Gum Elastic 1 iie Engine nnd Factor)
Suction He. ol various riles, which is found muel
more perfectly are tight and durable than leather,and
ai a lower price.
Couplinefurnished at the rn'tomary prices.
STRONG DOOUTTLE CO. Aetnts,
July 11, '.M) wtl
K II A ."75 K R Ac, BS Y E jit
No. 18 CORNIIILI,, BOSTON.
IMI'OllTlllv OP fit UNf'lf, Cl',11.11 IX
L and ENGLISH FANCY GOODS. TOYS and
MUSICAL I.NS 1 IIL'ME.N 1 S, r, every descrip
tion, ull of which they will sellata small advance
on the cost oi importation.
Merchnntt fiom the Country will ao well to ca
and examine our extensive stock belore purchasing
Auction and Conuniwion Merchant
WAS FOR SALH ON COMMISSION A
11. splendid assortment of Furniture, consisting ol
Sofas Divans Mahogmyand Black Il'alnut Rooking
ami oiners unnirs, jiide lard and Centre Tables
Marble Ton. and Common Furniture nf nil IrimlK
of Carpetuu Rugs, Looking Glasses, Clocks.Mat-
ire-v-o Oct-. ,ve iive us a call.
West. Side Court House SniiareBurlington.Vt.
Sept 1st 185U. WUy 1
wj'P'IE above IIouso is one of the
AiUi, hest furnished houses in the cily, centrall)
bicated, with all the modern improvements neccssa
y for the comfort ol the travelling public.
The proprietor, late of the Parker House, New
Bedford, confidently hopes, by slnct attention to the
aiils ot ins guests, lo merit a continuance ol its pa-
i troni. and the patronace of iu former patrons an
f1,dp- ,, ,n1fir. S-K0B.'?1l'NS5;
Bohton, .March 20, 18M. wJ'Jnint!
r IQUORS & Wines, Albunv Crenm Ale
LJ and London Porter, constantly on hand and fo
sale lor Medicinal, Mechanical und Chimiuilpn
pofes only,by W. B.HATCII.
THE A iTI EK I OA IV
CltAKTER UNL1MITEP. (IKAMEB JANlilKY 2, 1850.
S.10,000 PAID IN.
Stockholders Individually Liable. J)
1?nRTiiE INPURANciTor HOUSES, M ULES,
L PRIZE HULLS, SHEEP and CATTLE, nf
every description, againt the combined risks ol
Fire, Water, Accidems and Disease; also upon
Stock driven to market ortranfpnrted.
Losses shall be adjusted and void in moneu rr-
r-iif.iy the Agent taking the lisk ! and in case 0
disjmte the said Company bind themselves to be
governed by the Courts of the itate of Vermont.
"Indemnity is what the community want, why
not then with the same propriety, insure horses and
cattle against lire, us a building ! both are liable
Against accidents on ferry-boats, vessels, crossing
bridges, Arc, &., as lo insure a ship against its
penis, or nneaiu-iioat against plowing up or sink
nig ! Why not insure horses and cat le against dis-ea-e
or death, to which they are liable. for the bene
fit of the owner, as tn insure a man's life lor the ben
efit ol hm family I None can therefore doubt ihe
propriety of the enterprise, or its utility and benefit
tn the community. Thecapitalis held by highly re
sponsible men, and is wholly unimpaired; and the
public may rtst nst-ured the business will be faith
fully and honorably conducted,
Hon. JOSEPH BOWMAN, President.
James II. TiiuMrsus, Secretary.
W.m. Ik'RTni, Treasurer, Merch't,
and Pres't Vincennes Branch of St. B'k. Ind.
The subscriberis authorized to issue Policies J01
fAe above-named Institution, on us favomb.e
terms as any responsible Company,
J. F MILES, Ag't lOllice at Hinesbiirgh,
Jan, 1(1, 1851. w:idyrl
EDGELJ, hns removed his Shot
J J. Sn
Store to ihe biiildin" fornierlv known In- tb
name of Ladies Etchange, liri-t dour north of Brins
maid cV. Brothers, where he is now receiving a large
addilion to his former stock of Fresh Manufactured
Work, which he ofiers low for cash, Thankful for
past patronage, lie requests ull those desirous ot pur
chasing lo call and eamine, wliere they i fiml
every variet v of Boot and Shoe ever ollered 111 our
nii.l.imt,,!,. Anril d.twtf
TIIK Summer Tkrm will Coimnenco on
Monday, May I2ih,
Aecoiiinndations for board are ample. Rooms
furnished for self-bonrderr
For further inform 111011 apply to,
, , I W. POWERS, Principal.
Hmesburgli April 2H, 1851, wft3
t Hon 0(" Seumlpss Itnfjs just received
AJJJ by I. D. I1IXIIV A-. CO..
IMatful Vorks and Spoons.
mUSCA.YoV. plain plated Dining ,t Dessert Fork
L Table and Tea Spoons, and u, kinds of Plated
Goods received and sold low
p!IT IV VIA
I lew ' y
WAA'e- of r I h '1J00M ouite
A. MP b'f' III , 1 fi
The attention of buyers is called to the exnmlnn
of their Stock, which is prepared expressly Icr
v:;r exgljixd tii.me.
It being one ol the largest io be found in the city
and not surpassed in point ol variety, tityie ami
orkmanship by any
Wnoi.naxi,r Aoents tor the
TROY, (X. Y). SHIRTS, I1USOMS,
Liberal terms and ciedils extended to dealers.
Full catalogues of fctoik loiwaided by moil, il de
sired, k w3?mos3
MOTOR PATH Y.
The System of Curin-r D'ise -scly SLtluminaling
I utilizing .uouun.
Ll 1 1 T S now inctliou1 of trctitin" I'holap
sua Uteri, in which no supporters, pessaries or
any ol the usual treatment ot the day is employed,
has ueeli now in use a stiiiicieiu lime io remove an
doubt us to its practicability 111
,, l T CiTMU't! 111'OlfAT tVC-TII'M'!'!?
where the discovery was nude, eery variety of dis
i.e incident to women is Heated with unvarying
srtainty of success, heretofore unknown. Many
isesof Prolapsus Uteri aic here cured in a few
dijsjar.dthe most difficult in a few, weeks. To
produce this almost instantaneous relief the patientt
ileect to no pain or inconvenience.
lor the removal of other uterine weaknesses this
jvjteni is enua IV el icienl. bevera Hundreds nave
a ready been cured of thes- diseases by this Motor
p.illnc treatment, though the dirovciy is ol recent
onulll. CO coming in 'r c hi ii ruiiiii; i.ii.ir-r
successfully, that we are willing to enter into a
-necial agreement, with ll ne who after an exam
iliauon nie laiien lino iat iiimiuiuoh, ui ud.uu
Imliie. and nurse them.' and uive them our proles.
sionnl services Iree ol chaige, il the dillicnlty is not
lemoved according to aireeinent. .Many ol the
must inveterate and extraordinary cases Iroin one to
hlteen years standing, some accompanied wun ex
tremeu'riniirvdifiirnllies, and many with that ilia
bihty lo stand uiion the feet, or be rnr-ed fiom n
horuunta position, wnienis peculiar io inc-eois
eases : liave been orouulil Here on beds, a instance
of f.om twenty to several hundred miles, ntteiiib d
by theirpliysicians or friends; and those suffering
and helpless women have ill every instance been
raised irom tneir rjetis, ami oner n sunn ireuuneoi,
been enabled to walk Irom one to six miles daiiv
ninl take much other exercise.
........ . ,
Ladies wishing to communicate with tiiese lor
niernalients can receive their nddrc se
se by writiii"
stcr. A'. 1'
riinia tills new
to II Untried, Medirnl Institute Motorpatli
Il'rifrr Cure f.xtabMlimenL liuehester, .
Those also desiring information concerning
mell odol treating disease or the Institution, can ob
tain it by writing to the saire addies, pen paid
N . II. several l liysieians are noiuing lonn in
idea that they understand tny system of practice by
niirehasiuirthe knowledge liy olitaining it lioni my
uatients.&c. Be it known, that no one, either
mate or lemaie, naseer ooiunieu ine kiiiih iru
. .- i. i. -i-. i -i... i i.i....
linm me in any way ; nor could ihey short ol b
joining students m the institution, under my peison
il liinruc'ion. wliere a thorough knowledae ol
Physiology, Therapeutics, the use ot ater and
Motorpnthy, can be obtained in theory and prac
tice During the winter months, Courses ot Medi
cal Lectures and Demonstrative Anatomy can be
attended by thoso admitted as students into the In-
Kor llm Curr of
COUGHS. COLDS, UOARSLWESS,
CROUP. ASTHMA, AM)
Amniii the numerous dis-overics Science ha
made in this neneiation to facilitate the business n
life increase its enjoyment, and even prolong the
term of human exisuiurc, none cm be nain"d ol
more real vulue to mankind, then tlii. contribution
ol Chemistry to the Healing Art. A Min trial ol its
virtue" throughout this hrnnd country, has proved
beyond n ilnulit, that no medicine or combination ot
medicine yet known, can so surely control and cure
the numerous varieties ot pulmonary diseaf w Inch
have hitherto swept Iroin our mid' thousands and
thousands every year Indeed, the re is now abundant
reasons to believe a Remedy has at length been found
which can be relied on to cure the 1110-t dangerous
I'liectionsof the lungs. Our space bere will not per
mit us to publish any proportion of the cures nfiect
ed by its use, but we would present the followin;
opinions ol eminent men, and refer luthcr enquiry to
the circular whieit the Agent below named, will al
ways be pleased 10 furnish free, wherein are full par
ticiilars, and indisputable proof ot these facts.
From (he I'lcMilt'nt of Aiiilii'rsl College,
the celebrated Prolcssor HITCHCOCK.
" James C. Aver Sir I have used your Cherry
Pectnrai. in my own case of deep-seated Bronchitis
and am satiliecl from its chemical constitution, that
it is an admirable compound lor the relief ol larynginl
and brnnclunl ditlieulties. II my opinion as to its
superior character can be of nny service, you arc at
liberty to use it as voa tlniiK proper.
EDWARD HITCHCOCK, L.L. D
I" rom thf wi lely celebrated
Piofrssor SILI.niAN 31. I). I,. I.. I).
Prolessor of Clie stry, Mineralogy, Aoc ,
Yule College, .Member of ihe Lit. "Hist,
Med. Phil, nnd Scinnlic Societies
of America nnd Europe.
"I deem Cherry Pectoral an admirable com
position from some of the Irst articles in the Materia
Medica und a very effective remedy lor the ciuss of
diseases it is intended to cue.
New Heven.Kt., Nov. 1, 1819.
.MAJUlt I'A T T lfiUiN , I'res den' cl tbe .s. (.;. Sen
ate, states he has used the Cherry Plctorai. with
woudeiful success, too, in inflammation ol the lungs
Irrom one ol the first Physicians 111 Manic.
Saeo. Me. Anril'JO.1819,
Dr. J. C Ayer, Lowell. Dear Sir: I nni now
constantly using your Cherry Pectoral in my
practice, and preler it to any other medicine for pul
monary complaints, rrom observation ot many
severe cases, I am convinced il will cure coughs,
cold-, ami diseases ol ihe lungs, that have put to de-
Hence ' oilier remedies,
I inv v recommend its use in cases of con
sumption. I consider it much the best remedy
i.nown lorinnt disease,
Respectfully yours. , S. CUSH MAN, JI.D.
Prepared by James C. Aver, Practical Chemist,
Sold in Burlington Wholesale nnd Retail bv
THEO, A. PECK, and by Druggists generally
inroucuoui me country.
Dec. 1G, IS.-il). wl'JmosI
TEETH! TEETH! TEETH !
Pheskkvk Yorit Tkktii to avoio I'.vix.
". word lo the ll'ise is sufficient."
F. .. IIKKJIHili,
1 lAi Ul'KRATIO.VS Pnil'OHMKD O.V THU
I Teeth, with care and fidelity, insured good by
an extensive and approved practice. Teeth set on
Gold l late, from one to an entire sett, 1 eeth filled
wilh Gold, 'I'm, See , Si a , ull done in the latest nnd
,Sco, all done in the latest and
-h,n ("Al IKDI1NIA GOLD
i r v.i.ir lini.ni..jli .Inn,, nlsewlleti.
unproved style, and cheap
ued in my praeiiee Plei
selves, before yoiihave yourbunnejs done elsewhere,
tjT ROOMS over PtiRrr, Davky it Allen's
Agricultural Warehouse, t ollege-street.
Burlington, Vl. March 12, 1851,
LA FOUNTAIN has jcst iiK'rrR.vnn
from Boston with nn eilensive assortment
Dry Goods, Groceries, and Reudv Made (. lothum
v tr?vtstT!S. . - r-A jr
whiei he oilers tn Ins old customers and to the pul
te t per tl.y, t-'ieap 1 ir e si (. u I -ui' see
C 1 A III 1 1 ll M UN
. t I ; 1 nt t
In sit ClirisUsnlzcil and civilized countries, liss cniiced a
lnmer proportlun of denths tlmn nny other mulsdy that si.
rlictf the bumnn fmnlly j nnd, until whhin a few yrnrit, thern
hM not been tmr irrtain rcrntdy tu stop the duvantation of
the destroyer. But now
Curt vtrv rninit of the moat ttronxtv markrtl and derclopptl
cmp4 ot I'ulmovary ConshmplhnnEAUvnttoubted enscs of
hlctratfid otnl dUedfcd LUiGSicM hnptlc&ti ciwa hh were
never before cun-d by nny other medlcloe. So utterly hope
Un were mmp of tlin nlllictrd pereonu, as to have beun pto
nounced by vhysiciant and friends tu bn actually DYlNfi.
Some, wliu had thrir burial rlothei made, have been cured.
and yet live nthnr?. who it wsi laid would nut live another
daV arc now an well nnd hearty a they ever weie.
ft possesses all thn cleansing nnd purifying virtue nearly
ai powerlul nnd nctivo as tho preparation which ue call
DR A NT'S INDIAN PURIFYING EXTRACT.
Thin differs from that, becauso this possesses fever a I olW
Mtdtcntiont which are peculiarly adapted lo, and aru essential
ly nerwnry, to cure
Coughs and Consumptions,
nd all diseases of n pulmonary nature such discaiea as
usually prove so fatal under ordinary treatment, when they
Breast, Throat, Lungs, and Heart.
ThU BALSAM hrah nvd ettrci (fleers in the Lnns$. and
rise where internnUy, n nrtalnbj nnd eaiily as tho 1'uniKV
ino Kxtract cures and heals ulcers externally, ThU HbI
ssm cures nine eases of Confh and Consumption out of ten,
after all other remedies havu Jailed to do gttod.
Thousands of Consumptions
snd Chronic Cough, abundantly prove Its unfaiUnj? rjficaa
In iuch dirpfi, and its undoubted curatiio power, and
oothinjr, hralins properties. in the tollowinromphinta nnd
din iwr-, viz. i Spitting of rlood,Ntrdin& at the 1,ungt, Pain
in thf Ilrettt and Side, fiifht-Sicea'si, nervous Complaints, J'al
pitathn of the Ifiart Cholera Infantum, Dyetittry and .Sum
mir Complaints in Children and Adults, Asthma, nnd ALL
FEMALE WEAKNESSES AND COMPLAINTS.
No remrdv that has been oflercd to the public has over
been half a certain and effectual in correcting ALL the Inci
dental veannees ami irreguiaruitn nt tne lemaie sex, as
IIRAXTS PULMONARY HALS AM, It makes no dilfer.
enee whether tho derangement be suppression, ezces. or
ttier tncidental weakness regulates ma by strengthen
ing thn systrm. equalizing the circnlatioTi, and soothing and
allaying NERVOUS UlUITAlltUTY. See our panphltts
A Dying Woman Cured !
Wi tAt tW rnr in nrnro thn novrr to rare life, when
(his RAhS.'sM is used, even nfter the person is considered
by physician and friends to bo in thn last stages of disease
actually dying and, in this cne. so far gone thnt the
shroud and burial-rlothtf were bought, r'or the particular
wf this case, and the respectable and undoubted pronl ot all
the circumstances nnd facts. we referto our PAMPHLETS
This cure w as ctlected on Mrs. Z1HA DYKEMAN. ot Halls
ton Sna. Saratoga Co.. A I. We can prove, bevond a doubt.
many others almoft cjvatly as hopeless, nnd innumerable cases
of Cough nnd Co'isnmptions CUfihW, which were pro
nounced tncuraoie by sKUlui prtyiaans.
See tho euro of Dr. IfiMarJ.ot Stamford, Ct, and olhcri.
Sec the cure of T S H'.irnx, merchant, of Attica, Wjomlnj
Co , N. V nnd many lrore, in our Prnnphleti,
Dysentery and Summer Complaint
in ChVdit and Atlnlf nro alvays cnrld. Weakly Childrm
will becomewiy, hralthy, and htarly, and grow rapidly, by
Nn mothpr nped ever mourn the death of her child by
ClitileriIitfiiiiuni,vihiletcctliing,if 11RANTS ML
MOXARY BALSAM bo adminHtered. 11 anuuid ne, iui
ucb cuci, given In larger than the ordinary dotei.
1'wmii iy a Mum o. m"i-.A iC nml 1 uuu. A. Pr.n:
Hutliiistoti, Lyon nu.1 Alexander, Cliailutte ; CI D
Weller, llniefburftli; W. W . Iveith & (,o , feliej.
burn; I). Spencer, Colchester Centre; A. 1!.
nitnonus iV. Lo.. nnd iiuriiHii, " uiwuu ; o.
N. Liant J Co. :niJ Jjh. ISichol?. W estlurd ; ll. t ur-aiiif.-li.Ksse.t;
11 & J (Jilv, I'llilerlnll ; lieneli H
Howe. Jericho ; 11. A. Ashley, Milton Falls, Mid b
DrucciMt? and .Metclnnts ceneially.
Ail letters mid orders inut be addressed to Wal
lace it Co., 301 Broadway .New oik.
To lie Solfll Hor Itic thai
il will IBrjti! !
CO lT X T It Y Merchnnts, Soutliorn or
Western .Merchants, California Merchants, or
any body else, who would like to buy a quantity ol
YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S
attheir own pne-s, are invited to look at a lot which
we hae on baud. In oveilianng and airangmg our
M'UIXG AXD SUMMEll GOOV,
preparatory to the commencement 01 the i-pring
business, we find a very considerable amount ol
lock ad ipted to the approaching season, which l
shopworn, inilasluunablc, and for various rennn-
unsiieable it neing a iinng wihc.i cannot o-avoni
ed in manufacturing and retailing the immense n
mouni ol II05 s' Clothing whu h is tiijnually produce .1
at our establishment. These goods have been sep
arated from the principal tock. arranged 111 a sep
arate room, and will lie sold withuut regard to cott.
OLIVER HUDSON & CO.,
Boys' Clothing Estab'ishinent, No. t Brattle,
v37w3 Near Court-street, lb sto.n .
Ind all . Ifftclians of the Jjimgs.
- 'miU'. V EG ETA RLE
:irTt S PUI.MOXMIY IIAI.SA.M,
n CtASi liaving been toted by the e.iperi
"Llm. 5 enee of thousands ,r the hist
twenty eat, is recommended bv
eninient pliyirian and others, ol
the hihet respectability, ns su
perior to any i" iiT piepnrntinn,
Fmm the Editor of the Our
Huston Sentinel, May IT, la.'iti.
Pulmonary li-iisam pieparcii ny
RiFP it t l'TLI R ol Boston, has becoi: e Ihe most
populir medicine ever put lorili Ur the cure ol
Roughs, units awl Lonsiimpi.im. iiwiuisi m
thy ol us high repuinuon is in nie sullicienlly evident
bv the immensity ofits auuu,il sales. Messrs. .Ved
it Cutlnr are above quackery, depending alone up.
nn tli int. itisif virtues ol their inei icina nreinru-
tions for their disposal. Iliinibug is so plentiful, that
It gives us real pleasure to oiler ine inning ami grn-
lullous iriDiitc ol our reconiuieim..iiuu iu u iiieui
nn,.. ii- L-nniv in ii.. nf teal merit "
An ennnent physician writes ns, "I have for
some time past been 1" the habit of prescribing the
Vegetable I'ulmonary llalsam lor consum 'iioii.asui-
ma, pleuri'.spitimg e blood, and coughs, or pul
monary nllections ol every Kind ; aim wun conn
deuce recommend it ns superior to any other pre
paration used lor tbenl oc complaints."
N'nv 1. Irt.'tO New Ceitilicatcs. to almost anv
e.vtent, might be added ll deemed necessary ; but
the itninrielnrs leel that the article has become so
uimersany wen Known, nnu iimiiuivh pu(,tiiciiiiiv
acKnowieugeu ny pnjuciaiif nnu tuners, m tu iiiju
it unnecessary to offer, nt this lime, further proof ol
the meriis ol this highly popular article.
!j Jlewire oj Countertils and imitations
sur-li ns Carter's Comtovwd Pulmonary Balsam,
Amuuian I'ixmunary ll.M.s.-.i, aim others, in pait
hen ring the name! Enquire tor the article by its
whole name, the
'Pcxelablc Pulmonary Rtdsum,
and see that it has the written signalurff of W.m.
Jqn'.n Cutlfr upon n jellow label, on the blue
wrappers. Each bottle and seal 13 stamped "ege
table Pulmoiiarv BnUanr"
Prepared by REED .t CUTLER, Importers and
Wbnlrsale Denlersin .Medicines. Pdiiits. Chemicals
and Dye Stud's, 3:1 India Street, Boston, and sold by
Druggists, Apothecaries1, nnd Country Mcichnnts
generally. I'or parttculais aud recoiumendntiuns,
sec a pamphlet accompanying each bottle. Price
Nov. 18,1650. w21mosG
Wiliam B Hatch,
mXOOSKI FALLS, VT
now ready to invite the attention ol the public to
e large an assortment of
PAINTS, OILS, DYK STUFFS,
rsRonr-Rifls Slc Slc.
as can be lound in the Stale, m the sale ol which he'
does not hesitate to say he will comti-te with those
dealing in the abrve articles in Burlington, or else
where, both in qua, ly and nice. I
AmonghisaMortmeiitol Hardware maybe found
every variety ol House TriiMimugs, Joiner and Mill,
Wright's Tools, Mill and Crosscut Saws, Farming!
,Iool.H ''." n ' nnu qua., v w ,, ;
to nut all w ho may favor him withacal
I Sllell s Cast Sleel .IIHg A'lgerS llllll
1 ools, ite.,o n mice and quality which cannot inn
wun a can. uewouiu.
.Mechanics to j
tiHir Aimers nmi Auger tiiiis, .
Chesterfield do, 11 superior article of American Cast
Steel P. fished Hand Saws, ami many other Tools of
well known superiority He woublnssure thohe wish-
iling to purchase Medicines that his assortment will 1
nt all times be full, and his medicines of the besiqutil-
liy.nnd thnt Physicians prescriptions will be careful- 1
Iv nnd accurately compounded. He will nlso lime ,
on hand at nil times a ceuerul assortment of genuine
tif i Patent nnd Tbruitt .'tnian Medicines The above
memionetl articles io"ether wilh nn extcnsie lot f
- ' Fumily Groceries Paints Oils, Dye Stuffs, NniF,
W in!' w ( - t . wiM be - id n ,th a vie a 1 1
ee lf t r l,r ' tr
I Iu J" H v r-t
Professor ,1, Sawin,
rcsco aixis CTlvcljUcctural ?tttntcr,
Decorator of Churches.
Public and Privalc Rooms,
in At.r. Tiir. or.tir.r.s or
nnst it nxen,
Corner Of.cc, ()() Cedar Si. N Y., City.
tclcrato lcv. Mr. Ilnnd. I.1- Swift, Ilev. Mr. Mun-
koii, lleiiniiniton, t. Ilnllx. (! iS.Urigg.jUev.
.nr. miner, i iiiMieni, iiia-,3. iietii, isarnet, ill.
kl Ui.n,i U'..ll. V,..il. ....... M
H., Sani'l. W
i m , i-cumuli iiiuii , i.iiirn.
itev. i;r. htroiys, Henry w . i;iiii, r . Mpiev
Greelilield. Mats. Judye llrownell. l'owne .Vi
Henry W. dull, r. Rinlei
June 10, 1850. wioly '
0;tr of t e Greatest Discover es of Hit Age
White's BBsiir Etcslorativc :
A mnrlu Vcarlnllc Camimund.
Koll UtSTORl.tO, linAUTirVINU, t'LKAN&t.NO SoFTLN'
1K0 AND DriESSIXtl T11C IIAlll.
J Ills Ciccant pre
nratinu is f.ipt la
ltinj the place of
nil oilier articles in
use, nr reptorina
mid dresJiiiH the
Hair. It prevents
Hie Hair rom nil
ing Dir. promotes JkW .
itsgrowih.rciutnes vJaT.-, H
tlandrulV, nnd re- W&sJ)
store.-, the natural -fjv"r':,' .
and 1 11 x u r 1 n 11 1 i&JfJe"'&J
Hi.." 111 111 un iiuir VTSIawJ
in nil dial's 01 nam-iipvnt
uess. It nlso re- -JeJ
moves pain nnd f'i?!"
ic:il trnnt the bend. V.
ind is a soveremn V
remedy lor all diseases of the scalp. It gii'es the
Hair a brilliant, clossv lustrous, a silken texture, nnd
n healthy, vigorous nppearnnee. No Lady's toilet
can ue complete without this liidispensihle article.
Certificate of Dr. Perry, Portsmouth, N. II
PoRTllsMOUTH.Sent. 2S, 1819.
Mr.. T. P.. Morse. Anentlnr " While's Hair Res
Inrative Dear Sir: I deem it my duty to state some
l.irts respecting the inestimable value of White's
llnir liestorntne. r-everni years ago, niter n severe
lit of sickness, my wife lost all ol her hair, the scalp
appeared diseased, nnd the hair grew out brash nnd
uneM'ii. About a year ngo, by another fit of sick
ness, she lost nil ol her hair n second time, nnd for n
long time there was apparently no action in the
scalp. Alter various applications I was induced to
lry the above-mentioned Restorative, and now after
the use ol n few bottles her hair has grown out ns
thick, nsln-trous, nnd of ns beautiful a colorasever.
Furthermore lor a long time I have been afilicted
with neuialaie and other pains in my head, and I
have found it the best external remedy I have ever
tried; lent therefore cheerfully leconimend it to
all who arc afilicted as above as the best article 1
have ever seen.
Mnstrefncclfinlv vours. itc .
v PERRY. M
Manufactured bv F, WHITri. Lowell. Ma;
t 5?' Sold Wholesale in Boston bv Wilson Fnir-
bank A. Co., 15 Hanover st. Retail in Burlington by
A. C. Spear, .t Scarlett .t Lvon. Winooski : Wm
B. IIalrii. Waterbury: W. II IPoodward. Milton:
L. Burgess & Co. St. Albans- Ilicks it Soule.
H'ettiord: S. N. Gaut.t Co. Momnelier: l!ed-
lield it Graunis; also by my appointed rgelits
hroiighoui the United btates. wlliyl
AXD YOCCAX GA1X XEAK .10 VEJt CF.XT
Maairal Pain P.x
tractor, the original and
Only genuine, in a new
envelope and much larg
er boxi s.
Frm-d Coimterfeitors of Dalley's Extractor, in ine
Old ll rapper, flood the market, avoid as you would
poison, lor to use it is ns dangeious !
Nn Article but Dalley's Genuine Extractor can
cheek lnll'imniatinii instantly, entirely subdue the
pars of the worst Burns and Scalds in from one to
15 minutes, nnd cuie the soics witnout sear I t lies
Salt Rheum. Cuts. Il'oimd., Uriilso, Sores nnd In-
finned Eves, lull immatory Rheumatism, Chilblains
oh an.l mveieiate sores. cutes radically nnd pos
itively ! It never IV. 'and there is no mistake, onlj
get the genuine D-.liy r-nle:
Cactiot m Dealers! I'nserupulous venders of
onunter -it ..vractor. rut tin t he sunrious and oele
terie .s sniff, w .th a lew boxes ol the genuine Dally
Salve in each dozen, under a well imitated but
Jountfifeit Wrii'persof the Old Size, nnd thus oiler
It to dealers nt a reduced price. This Bait takes
w.tli many denleis, but thn cunliding sufferer who
happens to use the counterfeit and poisonous stull
imsthe mnn tv ol the Ilnnd I aggravated diseasi
inisiuhtlv delormity resultinc Irom several burns and
wouuds.'nnd, not unfrequeiilly, loss of life itself, und
the wnlul consequences :
the w uful conscfiuenccs !
Shun Ihe poisonous counterfeits and buyDalley';
SaKeouly in the new envelops and the Large Boxes
.M jrk 1 he emblems on the new wrapper: 1 11
angle, Serpent. Pun, Dove, Lion ami Eagle.
Interesting particulars ol one of the most severe!
burned and iniured sufi'ereis by the late melancholic
and dissstious Hague Htiret Explosion, in Xcw
V . fc.will nnneur in a few days 111 ilie narers The
ens,- wa3 pin'ic'i'ii-ed hopeless, but Da'ley's Genuine
Lxtinctni t in-i ted a peileet cure ! Iot a scar is lelt
in tell the tale.
Mixn The new wrapper the large boxes and
the genuine article.
I.MrosTERs, travelling about the country, tepresent
themselves as my agents, and us felling my genuine
Extractor, stating that they obtain il fiom mc ! 1
caution the public against all such interlopers nnd
their poisonous nostrums, and hereby distinctly, and
without qualification, stamp them us knaves, and ns
deserving ol public execration lor dariug to trille
with health and lile ol the unsuspecting. Drug
gists und Dealers who will countenance such fraud
and rascality are equally culpable.
MIND, I NOTIFY THE PUBLIC
that my only travelling Agents in the New Eng
land Slates ore, Mr. S. BUUl.iind J-it. TOUSEY:
and, to guard the public against Iraud, every local
Agent will b? furnished Willi a certificate ot Agency,
and all others represeiitingthemselves as my Agents
commit a public fraud.
Seethe n' w printed Circulars for 1S50.
II. DAI, LEY, 115 Broadway. New York.
Sold in Nashua by E. S. RUSSELL.
A. C. SPEAR. Agent for Builington.
Agents. Il'm. B Hutch. Wmooski Falls ; E, J.
IT Ls, St. Albans: A. S. Farrar, Swanton.
July 1,1 S50. way!
SSoimctl sV Smith,
.ri'TORXmS AXD COUXSRLLORS
COM.MKSSIOXERR FOR YT.RMONT,
No. Iti Washington Street,
Epsiu.m) II. Bennett, ?
Ciiauncly Smith, Boston.
Jan. 14.1 s.i I wCiu
AND SKKI) STORK.
Ciiuncii Strkbt, liuituxnTON, Vt..
At the Old Stand of Evarts it Uronson.
LARGE assortment ol Grain, Garden and
. Flower Seeds, Beet, Onion, Turnip and Car
rot Seed, in large or small quantities, and warrant
ed to be ot the very best quality that cau be pro
duced. We would invite the nttcntioii to the genuine
Eagle Plow, of which we keep all the different sizes
constantly on hand. The character of these Plows
for cas-e of dralt and management and the excellen
cy of their work, is well established nt the minds ol
the Farming commumtv, to be supeiior to any other
er Plow now in use We now olle- them at reduced
pricei-, tOL'eiher with n general assortment of gri
cultural and Horticultural Implements ol every de
scription. R. BRONSON.
MarihS?. 18M. wit
1 FES!', II n nmri'iirkrvilVntbrri
f UVER COMPLAINT,
JAUNDICU, D'YSPEPSI A
c ii r o x 1 c a r xj: rvous
DHUILITY, DISHASB OF
. AND ALL
Diseases a rismg
from n disordered lAter
or Stomach, such as Constipa
tion. Inward Piles, Fullness, or Hlod
to Ihe Head, Acidtyuf the Stomach, Nau
sea, Heartburn. Digitus! lor v,.,..i i,-..n.u
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eiucttrtioiis, Sink ne
ui iimuiii w 01 mc pu 01 ine iMon'treli, swim
ming ol the llend, Hurried nnd- difficult'
Breathing, Fluttering at tbe Heart. Choi
king nr Suffocating sen.satir.t13 when
in a lying posture, Dimness oS
Vision, Dots or U ebs te
lore the sight, Fe?t
and dull pain in
the hend, De
lowness; of the
skin nnceyes, pain
in the side,back, client,
limbs, Sic, sudden llusne
of heat, burning in the flesiv,
constant imaginings ol evil, and'
great depression ol spirits, can be effec
tually cured by
CBLRllRATED GURMAX BITTERS,
mi. c. n. .iAjai8oiv,
GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
No. 120 Arch St., r'liiliiiloliliin.
Their powrr ov r the a'iov disease is nol excill
ed. if taunted, by any other preparation in the
United States, us the cuit.i attest, in many cases
after skilful physicians had failed.
These Bitters nre worthy the nttrntion of inrnlids.
Possessing great virtues in the rectification of disea
ses of the Liver nnd lesser glands, exercising the
most searching powers in weakness nnd nll'ectlcMis of
the digestive organs, withal, safe, certain am ji'taj
ant. RKAD AND im CONVINCED
Chas. Robinson, Esq-, Easton, Md.,ina letter to
Dr. Jackson, Jno 'J, 1850, said
" My wife and myself have received more benefit
from your medicine than any other we hive ever
taken lor the Dyspepsia and Urey disease."
" The Tenth Lrr.toN," published at Wcodstock,
Va., January IU, 185il,said
"A GREAT .MEDICINE."
Wchnve uniformly refrained from recommend-
ing to ihe publ c any ol the vanons Patent Medicines
ot the day, unless thoroughly convinced of their
value. Among those we consider worthy of notice
is the German Bitters, invented by Dr. Ilonfland,
anaprepareu ny nr. lacKson.in I'lni.itlelpliia. Due
instance in particular, in which the superior virtues of
this medicine have been tested, has fallen under our
observation. Diwing the last summer, a son of Mr.
AllR 11AM Crarill. nt llns county, was vert serious
ly afilicted with Lever Complaint, and alter iring m
vain various remedies, he he purchased n iellle of
the Bitters, and niter ming it, was so much jeliened
ol !ns dkitre.ssing malady, that he procured another
Dottle, and is restored enl rely lo health."
Kl'.A 1 lUllIUUIl A MiW r AC To.
The " I'hiladchliJii Democrat " the leadmc (!er-
nnn journal ot Philadelphia. The editor said, Nuv.
Ue again call attention to the removal ef the
German AIetlit.nl Store, the principal eWil tor the
sale of Dr.. Hootland's Glrma.n B117111S, from 23
Race, to ISO Arch fclreet. one door below Sixth
Owing to tlie increased demand tor this medicine,
and lor the accomodation ot his numerous patients;
Ur. jacKson ins Uren compelled to occupy a larger
slore. VN e wi.-li him success in bis new quarters ,
he is tle.-ervine of It. The Hitlers Mttttire is with.
out doubt flie greatest medicine extant lor diseases
olthe Liver and Bowels A stubborn case of Chron
ic Di irrliiea has come under our notice, wherein the
patient had exhausted the Ma tern Medicas of the
different schools ol medicine with no apparent bene-
Ht. lie was induced lo use these bitters, and 0 lew
bottles of them having entirely cured linn. Many
such cases we could reler to. Il'e hope our readers
will recollect ibis great restorative 'jould ihey be
so unlortunate as to require its ue. lr Jackson
possesses the original unpublished receipt ol Dr.
llooll.mil, and he yrepares this medicine with ibis
care. Tlin'e purchasing should call at his s' ore, or
see that his name is written upon the wrapper out
iide, and blown in the hnitle, as imitations of nil
good articles are common "
The "Thiladc phia Saturday Gazette," ihe btst
family newspaper published 111 the United States,
the editor sajsof
PR. HOOFLANDS GERMAN E1TTVRS.
"It is seldom that we recommend what Bre term
ed Patent Medicines to the confidence and patron
ie of our readers ; nnd. therefore, when we recom
mend Dr. Iloorlin's German Bitter, we w. shun
be distinctly understood that we nre nul spenkint; ol
ihe nostrums of Ihe day, thnt are n nisei' about lora
brief period and then fiir.'olten alter they hae done
r heir guilty race of m schief, but of a medicine long
establish! d, ninveisillv prized, nnd wfi:h has me
tne hearty npp-oval ol the Faculty itself"
Evidence upon evidence has been received (like
the foregoing Irom all sections ot the I nion, the last
three years, and the strongest testimony in its furor
lit, that there is moreot it used in the practice ol ths
legular Physicians ol Philadelphia than all oilier nos.
trunis combined, a tact that can easily be established
ind lully proving that a scieniiliic preparation will
meet with their quiet approval when presented even
111 this form.
That tins medicine will cure Liver Ccmpln nt nnd
Dyspepsia, no one can doubt, after using it as direct
ed. It nets specifically upon the stomach and liver
it is preferable to calomel in all bilious diseases
the effect is immediate. They can be administered
to temale or IM1M with salitiy and reliable bene
fit, al any time.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
This medicine has' obtained that high chnrae'er
which is necessary for nil medicines in attain to in
duce counterfeiters tn nut forth a spurious article ut
the risk of the lnesofiho.se who are innocently de
LOOK WELL TO THE MARKS OF THE
They have the written signature of C. M. JACK
SON upon the wrapper, and the name blown in the
bottle, ifiiAouf if AicA they are spurious.
Fox sale wholesale nnd retail at the
. GERMAN MEDICINE STORE.
No. 120 Arch Street. one door below SixiU.d
ol 23 Rncesirf-et,, Philadelphia, and by lespecta
dealers generally throughout the country AUo
sale by SCARLETT it LYON, Druggisis,
July. 1850. w3yl Burlington
ELEGENT AND INVALUABLE
AKTICLIIS FOR TJir, TO II.ET
rncrcnvio, ad emuellisj-
i.g i nn iytit.
The following Certificate, from Dr iVinslov Le-tris
one of the most anient Physicians of Uostna
trill shoic the estimation in which it is held by the
scientific and learned, being one only of many
Boston, Feb. 15, 1850.
Mr. Il'm. Eagle, Sir The preparation imenied
by you lor the hair, has been extensively used in my
family, and they give it the decided preference oer
all oilier compositions of the kind. It invigorates
and beauiihXs ihe hair, and cleanfes the skin ol all
impurities, wiihuut producing any ultimate deleirri
otis t iVecls, w Inch are so frequently the result ol insny
well known patented compounds.
It is an indispensible article lor the Ladies, as it
keeps the hair in place and curl, and the skin or part
ing ol the hair tree from diuidrutf and scurf. For
children, it lays the foundation of a good head of hair
ACO.MroUNI) FOlt SUA VINO.
This delightful article is totally different and'far
superior to anything yet invented lor shaving. The
base of it is derived Irom the Amole, or " soap plant'
ofCnhlornia, an article used by the natives of that
country for washing ; and thus, the use of strong al
kali, so hurtlul to the skin, is avoided, lis vegetable
and detergent properties hare the purest and most
nourishing eireclson the skin, it soothes and allays
irritation, and ha a fine, thick, creamy lailier, which
does ; not dry on the face. It is a decided luxuiy 10
be shaved with this incomparable soap, it is done
up in oleraut ityle, calculated either for the dressinj;
case of the " rough and ready"iraeller, or the toilel
of the most fastidious connoisseur.
rou kukcmum; ami uf.avtuving the com.
Eradicating Tans, Pimples, and other eruptions o
the skin, and rendering Ittair.delicateMiid blonaimK
it is equally efficacious in protecting the slim from
the hot suns ol summer, and frrexinff blasts of win,
ter and is the most fragrant mid delicious article t
be found nt the toilet ol lashlon.
AH the above nrticlcs have stood the test of the
strictest investigation, and uie warravied supencr
tn anything vet imcntetl , but, jf not found lo piu
so.on trial the ii'i'liev, 111 nil cases, w I.I be refuudi d
by my Agei is HM BOGI.I Proprietor
He '"nc " f B is"